Manufacturer increases staff as waveguide demand jumps

August 2006
Electronics Weekly;8/2/2006, Issue 2252, p8
Trade Publication
The article reports on the business planning of manufacturer Link Microtek. The company is in the process of expanding its staff and manufacturing space at its Basingstoke facility. Over the last few month the sales for waveguide products has been increasing in the commercial and military sectors. The firm's objective is to become the dominant supplier of RF and microwave components and subsystems in Ireland and Great Britain.


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